Microsoft starts worldwide rollout of Office Delve for business customers

Microsoft has started its worldwide rollout of Delve to eligible Office 365 business customers. Delve uses machine learning to make it easier for people within businesses to find information and projects relevant to their work.

The Office Graph automatically learns who and what is important to you. Then based on these insights, Delve proactively surfaces content from across Office 365 into a single view, so you no longer need to move between different apps to discover the information that's important to you.

Delve will find connections between your work and the work of others, displaying that information using a card-based interface. Delve draws on a variety of sources, including SharePoint and OneDrive for Business, Office 365 Video, Yammer, and email attachments. Soon, you will even be able to have inline Yammer conversations with your colleagues within Delve.

Delve is currently available to Office 365 E1-E4 customers, and will eventually expand to Business Essentials and Business Premium customers as well.

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  • Nothing for Windows phone users... Bad
  • Windows phone IS used by business groups. So, this, broadly speaking, is for WP users. Now which group specifically is a different thing. Why am I calling this for Phone, too? Windows 10. It's for everything Windows.
  • Look at the phone screenshot at the source! That's the big WP news here: the hamburger button is in the appbar there.
  • You are right! If that is true, i am ok with hamburgers!
  • Waffle, not hamburger. Unclear if this is a new app design, or if this is just a office 365 thing. Matches the and office 365 navigation. Would love it if all windows apps had that behavior, waffle on top for tablet and windowed versions, bottom for phones as part of continuum.
  • Yammer still alive. Should all merge into Skype for business
  • Yammer is a great example of MS integration. Last week they turned on ADFS auth, and you can now seamlessly login to Yammer with IE and credentials pass thru. Neat!.